Allen Ginsberg telling a Pacifica Reporter about getting tear-gassed:
ALLEN GINSBERG: (CROWD NOISE) ...was gas and I think smoke bombs, too. We weren't close enough, believe me, to see exactly what they were doing. REPORTER: Well, what did you hear? Explosions and - GINSBERG: Gas grenades, mostly gas grenades and they were coming motorized. They weren't walking. Some were walking, some were, uh, riding, either three-wheeled motorcycles or motorcycles, or even cars, I don't know. I don't know. That's as much as I know. REPORTER: They've been threatening for about an hour, haven't they? Since eleven o'clock.
GINSBERG: They've been standing there, but they didn't advance until about ten minutes ago. Exactly the time as last night. When they advanced, they advanced very fast.